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Yankee recruiting in Ireland. From the intercepted letter of Mr. De Leon, which the Yankees published, we learn that that interesting nation have been recruiting in Ireland at a great rate. During the current year they have been able to procure twenty thousand recruits only, leaving it to be inferred that in former years their success had been much greater. These proceedings are perfectly well known to the Palmerston Ministry--Mr. De Leon had a conversation regarding them with the LordMr. De Leon had a conversation regarding them with the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland — many attempts have been made, we are told, to stop them, but without effect. Russell finds that the foreign enlistment law is not sufficiently comprehensive to embrace them. Were the party engaged in them the Confederate Government, no doubt it could be stretched so as to catch the delinquents; or, If that failed, Russell would "go down to Parliament," as the phrase is, with a law sufficiently broad and long to secure the culprits, as in a net. But they happen to be Y